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1777 Prizer Point Road, Cadiz, KY 42211, United States
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Did you know children learn through play? Make your next vacation an educational one with a visit to our playground :)
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Seasonal campers, overnight guests and those who fall somewhere in between. How long does your usual camping trip last?
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Many campers wait until Memorial Day Weekend to unleash their inner camper but we have it on good authority that the veterans plan their getaways a few weeks earlier. Why? Because we're offering a FREE night to anyone who wants to Come Camp & Care with us on May 9th & 10th!
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Happy Easter! How do you celebrate this special day?
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You've been bundled up in your parka all winter, shivering each time you walked out the door. Just like you need to shake off the winter blues, your RV does too! Here are some tips to prepare for a summer of fun.
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Happy Mother's Day! What is one thing that your mother taught you that no one else could?
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How many miles separate us? Are you a local or were you traveling?
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There is nothing like the taste of a delicious meal cooked over an open flame. What's your favorite camping food?
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1777 Prizer Point Rd Cadiz, KY 42211
1777 Prizer Point RoadUSKentuckyCadiz42211
(270) 522-3762koa.com
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The Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA is situated between two of the largest lakes in the entire state, in a beautiful area known for its natural beauty and wildlife.
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Pamela Irwin
6 months ago
From the moment that we stepped foot onto this property 2 years ago, we have loved it! It is our "go-to" campground on the weekends when we want to just get away. Our kids love riding their bikes, going to the jumping pillow, the movies on Friday and Saturday nights, the mini golf, arcade, pools, the GIANT inflatable slide, basketball court, pedal carts, all of the kids they meet every weekend, the pedal boats, kayaks & canoes, & especially the paddle boards! The staff & management are very friendly and accommodating, and the scenery (trees, marina & waterways surrounding the property) is so peaceful. The Pier Restaurant on property, is an excellent place to eat as well!
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Torrey Points
9 months ago
Will never stay at this over priced, incompetently run dump again. Stayed middle of June for a long weekend with 2 other families that we often camp with and I was absolutely shocked with not only the price but also the complete ignorance and incompetency of the staff. Manager is clueless as to customer relations. I've camped all over the US and have never come across a place I would never go back to until I stayed here. Staff is a joke. Anyone interested in staying at this place needs to read this: Our group rented a golf cart for 3 days and rented their houseboat/pontoon for a day so on top of the expensive camp site there was a lot of money being spent here. You always expect good customer service but as a campground you sure do appreciate that kind of business...RIGHT!! On day 2 there was a very nice motorhome having damage from something that hit it. The campground employees immediately took the golf cart and accused us of doing it when after looking at the damage there was NO WAY the flemsy piece of crap golf carts that they store in mud and bumped into each other did the kind of damage on the RV. Wait there is more. The damage to the the RV just so happens to be an exact match to the 60 inch zero turn mower that had just been used that morning by a guy named Roy who was on his first day on the job and coincidentally gone for the day but this time. Thats right...an employee of this dump did the damage and they go out of their way to accuse innocent people that common sense showed didn't do this damage. Then, when we asked to speak to the manager guess what? She was gone for the day. So they have a regular customer with a $300,000 RV with extensive damage and 3 families spending a lot of money at their place that they have falsely accused of this damage and guess what Manager Tammy does...she leaves for the day without explanation to ANYONE leaving it in the hands of a staff completely incompetent to handle this and could only refer to her when they were questioned. Pointing out obvious pre-existing damage on the golf cart as happening on this RV when this is the worst fleet of golf carts we have ever seen. Worst display of customer relations I have ever seen. EVER! I know people tend to come on these and embellish their stories. Every word is just how it happened. If you don't mind overpaying for a site and you don't have to deal with these buffoons then you will probably be alright here.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Stayed at Prizor Point July 2nd - 5th, 2010! Guess I expected way more than what they can offer considering we payed well over $2,500 for our family to stay in 2 bungalows for a few days. First we got there and checked in(staff was nice). Long story short, both bungalows niether central air unit was working, the one window unit in each bungalow could not handle to 95degree plus temps trying to cool the entire place. Asked staff why they advertise central A\C units if they dont work and the response we got from a maintenance man was, "they just cant work right in this hot of temps, we have these problems every july. we dont have the parts to fix it and there is not much we can do except see if there is a fan for you onsite, which will just blow around hot air." I guess i am a little confused why you advertise central A\C if that is sooo not the case. We luckly got 1 little old fan brought to us from the managers house! Thanks to Howard , another maintenance man, he was an angel sent from above. He was gracious enough to enstall another window ac unit in the other bungalow we had rented to help with the not working A\C in that one. (the only spare one on the grounds)! Ended up having a good time but should not have to worry about being cool enough in 2 bungalows we payed over $2,500 to rent when they advertised WORKING A\C! Also they advertise bikes and things for the kids, but keep in mind it is first come first serve and there are only about 4 of each kind for the entire place. So unless you are there when they unlock the bikes at 8am your outta luck, unless you can track one down someone else has ditched! The only PRO - Loved the Kiddie POOL very nice for us adults too!
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Masahiko Tsukamoto
6 months ago
I saw bad reviews, but I had a great experience at Prizer Point KOA! First of all, it's exciting to be welcomed with a view of a marina when you are expecting an ordinary KOA. Staff was also smiling and welcoming. Our group stayed in two condos for four nights, and they were very spacious, quiet and well equipped. Beds and linens were well done. Unfortunately Wi-Fi signal was weak inside the condos, but we figured where to go. You can enjoy many activities and sports for free. Pay for paid activities if you choose to do. Taking a hot shower was an issue, probably because many of us took a shower one after another. Here is advice for first-time guests; office closes in the evening, room service every other day, nearest grocery is 25min away, you may bring bug repellant for bees and flies.
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A Google User
3 years ago
cons: - most expensive KOA we've ever stayed at - check-in very confusing...NOT at entrance rather at the dock slips. - advertise "restaurant", but when we arrived at like 7 they advise only serve pizza and close at 8. - no breakfast except on weekends either. - kitchen is extremely dirty and is in dire need of a cleaning. - like other reviewer....very few bikes for entire campground - golf carts require (!!) licensed driver, yet all i ever saw were 8-11 year olds driving around...scary! - very few grocery items in store....VERY few! major let down. - iceberg they put in the lake is only open certain days....and unless you are a VERY fit 13 yr old boy forget trying this at all. it's impossible! only 2 people got to the top all day long. major let down!! - shower facilities were so-so - staff nice, but don't seem to know much....office staff young and not very informed pros - beautiful view - two pools...one 3.6" with play area and bigger pool to 8" deep - jumping pillow was big fun for my son! we won't be coming back. the roads were super skinny and horrible to navigate to get here. price was outrageous. this is basically a marina with a campground and don't expect more than that.
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A Google User
3 years ago
We stay here every year for our family reunion its very pricey but a nice place for the family and if you have children its pretty far away from every thing like gas stations and the store is too expensive